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Submitted by -Mezzo- 739d ago | opinion piece

10 Reasons Games Are Way Better Than Films

WC - Films have been capturing the imagination of audiences for over a century, and over that time have experienced waves of innovation. From the black-and-white, silent motion pictures of the early twentieth century, today’s film-goer is treated to a startling graphical and audible experience, with the enhancements to special effects making even the most unfeasible of event as lifelike as one could possibly imagine. Furthermore, the actors are more abundant and better-looking than ever, which means that the industry has a wide variety of stars to keep the viewers coming back for more. The hundreds of millions of dollars that successful films reap in at the box office alongside the supplement of DVD and Blu-Ray sales means that films will continue to get better and capture the imagination of the audience. (Culture)

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